doubtfulness


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However, opposition members already showed doubtfulness of whether the government could translate the demands into actions.
It implies doubtfulness about non-empirical experience, such as that which In Memoriam ventured.
But his doubtfulness seems to have been overtaken by events, namely the Gadahn indictment wherein the government has conceptualized Al Qaeda as an "enemy.
Experts predict the overall feeling of doubtfulness will remain long after the recession reverses.
The Ministry of Health's pledge to ensure beds in hospitals for all patients within six months was met with a flurry of consternation, skepticism and doubtfulness.
There is a direct correlation, he writes, between "the subtlety and variety in our fictions and remoteness and doubtfulness about ends and origins" (67).
It's SINISTER" he uses a low rising pitch accent, usually used to indicate doubtfulness of the propositional appropriateness of a word, as an audible pantomime of doubt.
Studies show that young women experience doubtfulness and ambivalence about manifestations of pornography and its effect on their own desires.
She expressed feelings of nervousness with the course requirements, doubtfulness of the effectiveness of the research but also excitement with the possibilities of the outcomes:
The first reviewers' doubtfulness is worth remembering.